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The Pokemon Company International is releasing a new app for iOS and Android for Pokemon Trading Card Game players. The Pokemon TCG Card Dex app lets players browse and discover cards from the Pokemon TCG: Sun and Moon series, according to a press release.

Cards can be filtered by expansion packs, promo cards, rarity, Pokemon type, Energy type, HP and more.

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The app keeps track of your Pokemon TCG: Sun and Moon series collection and creates digital scans of cards with your smartphone camera.

Pokemon TCG Card Dex can also register and identify cards that are partially obscured or damaged.

You can build up your collection and view all your cards while you're on the go.

If your cards are in a different language, the app can translate them to your preferred language. Pokemon TCG Card Dex supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German and Brazilian Portuguese.

The Pokemon TCG Card Dex app launched in Sweden and will expand in more countries soon, the release said.

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At this point, Pokemon TCG Card Dex can't track cards released before the Sun and Moon Series, according to Nintendo Life.

Pokemon Go has been incredibly popular for the last few years, putting an interactive spin on the classic anime show. The Pokemon TCG Card Dex focuses on the original card game and adapts it for today.

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Takeaways

  1. The new Pokemon TCG Card Dex app lets players browse and discover cards from the Pokemon TCG: Sun and Moon series.
  2. The app keeps track of your Pokemon TCG: Sun and Moon series collection and creates digital scans of cards with your smartphone camera.

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